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Image - Pinpoint the Leading Cause of Industrial Ethernet FailuresPinpoint the Leading Cause of Industrial Ethernet Failures


Fluke Networks introduces the LinkIQ-IE Cable+Network Industrial Ethernet Tester designed to troubleshoot network cabling, the leading cause of Industrial Ethernet failures. With Ethernet-based technologies increasingly the default for automation networks, the need for easy-to-use tools to troubleshoot these networks is growing rapidly. By combining Fluke Networks' state-of-the-art cable measurement technology and basic tests for Industrial Ethernet switches, LinkIQ-IE speeds and simplifies the discovery of network failures in a simple-to-use touchscreen interface akin to a smartphone.


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Image - Digital Signatures Help VOIP Service Providers Comply with Robocall Mitigation RequirementsDigital Signatures Help VOIP Service Providers Comply with Robocall Mitigation Requirements


Telinta, a leader in hosted switching and billing for VoIP service providers, and TransNexus, a leader in developing innovative software for telecommunications networks, have introduced a solution to help VoIP service providers comply with STIR/SHAKEN call authentication and robocall mitigation regulations. It will help customers avoid having their traffic blocked.


TransNexus offers services for Telinta customers based both inside and outside the U.S. When a U.S.-based Telinta customer signs up with TransNexus, Telinta will send a request to TransNexus to create a digital signature and Telinta will include that signature on subsequent calls as they are routed through Telinta's platform.


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Image - 5G Fixed Wireless Market: Battleground for Cable vs. Mobile5G Fixed Wireless Market: Battleground for Cable vs. Mobile


Mobile Experts has released an Expert INSIGHT that will be key for market players interested in the expansion of 5G into fixed broadband.


The report highlights U.S. mobile operators stated plans and goals. It examines 5G fixed wireless access capabilities and the chance of competing against today's cable DOCSIS broadband technology. The report projects where and when they may expand their fixed wireless subscribers, and how the competitive dynamic will play out in the context of a possible $100 billion broadband investment as part of the $2 trillion infrastructure plan being discussed in the halls of the U.S. government.


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